Endocytosis and Endosomal Trafficking of DNA After Gene Electrotransfer In Vitro


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ROSAZZA, Christelle, Hendrik DESCHOUT, Annette BUNTZ, Kevin BRAECKMANS, Marie-Pierre ROLS, Andreas ZUMBUSCH, 2016. Endocytosis and Endosomal Trafficking of DNA After Gene Electrotransfer In Vitro. In: Molecular Therapy - Nucleic Acids. 5(2), e286. eISSN 2162-2531

@article{Rosazza2016Endoc-33987, title={Endocytosis and Endosomal Trafficking of DNA After Gene Electrotransfer In Vitro}, year={2016}, doi={10.1038/mtna.2015.59}, number={2}, volume={5}, journal={Molecular Therapy - Nucleic Acids}, author={Rosazza, Christelle and Deschout, Hendrik and Buntz, Annette and Braeckmans, Kevin and Rols, Marie-Pierre and Zumbusch, Andreas}, note={Article Number: e286} }

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